Windsor Morning | Apr 24, 2014 | 8:22

Food with Jonathan Pinto - Ethiopian Food

When Jonathan moved to Windsor, he was blown away by the diversity of the food available here. This week, he continues his culinary tour of nations with a visit to World Marathon Ethiopian Restaurant on University Avenue.

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